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Office of Cosmetics & Colors transfer to CDER would not be cost effective for FDA.

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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OFFICE OF COSMETICS & COLORS' TRANSFER TO CDER WOULD NOT BE COST EFFECTIVE for FDA, the Cosmetic, Toiletry and Fragrance Association maintains in a recent "white paper" responding to an agency suggestion that the cosmetics regulatory office move into the Center for Drug Research & Evaluation. "No FDA savings [would] result from transfer of the cosmetics regulatory program" from the Center for Food Safety & Applied Nutrition to CDER, the trade group asserts. "At least the same number of personnel and the same amount of funding will be necessary to establish and maintain an effective cosmetics regulation program at CDER as at CFSAN....Not a single person and not a single dollar will be saved by making a transfer to CDER," the trade association asserts.
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